The law practice of Dennis K. Loy, P.C. is exclusively devoted to business law legal issues and the preparation, review and negotiation of legal documents relating to the organization of corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and other business enterprises, the financing of business enterprises through loans, stock and equity purchases and specialized financing techniques, the purchase and sale of businesses and a wide range of business transactions that are encountered in the daily operation, growth and change of business enterprises.
The following are representative of transactions where Dennis K. Loy, P.C. can be of service:
Formation of corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and other business entities.
Shareholder agreements, buy-sell agreements and control agreements.
Operating agreements and partnership agreements.
Stock purchases, asset purchases and mergers.
Joint ventures and strategic partnerships.
Acquiring a franchise.
Business reorganizations (non-bankruptcy).
Credit and loan agreements.
Bond and note issuances, including letter of credit backed facilities.
Selling or purchasing common and preferred stock and other equity interests.
Venture capital and mezzanine financing.
Private placements of securities.
Technology licenses, testing and development agreements.
Options, warrants and convertible securities.
Non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements.
Employment and consulting agreements.
Real property purchases and leases.
Product sales and marketing arrangements.
Clients of Dennis K. Loy, P.C. are engaged in many different industries and businesses and include start-ups and emerging companies, established “middle market” companies and publicly-held companies located not only in Michigan but throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Inquiries from referring attorneys due to conflicts-of-interest, time conflicts, unfamiliar subject matter and other situations are encouraged and your relationship with the client will at all times be respected.
Please note that the firm's practice areas do not include the representation of businesses in litigation (lawsuits) (including collection matters), bankruptcy, patents or taxes, nor does it handle personal matters such as estate planning (wills, trusts, etc.), family law (divorces, adoptions, etc.), personal injury or criminal matters.